Don't Underestimate the Clean Shave , Woman Posts Snapchat of Boyfriend with a Gun, Found Shot Dead Hours Later, Pope's Letter Ignored, Georgia Gives Go Ahead to Kelly Gissendaner Execution

Friday, Dec 15, 2017

Don't Underestimate The Clean Shave

Don't Underestimate the Clean Shave

When the boots and flannels of fall start to surface we tend to see a lot of beards poking out with them. For some men this can add huge style points, for others, however, it’s the worst possible decision.

Beards are no longer worn strictly by the manliest of men, lumberjacks, and badass bikers, no. They are now a trend, a “No Shave November” badge, if you will. And while trends started by hipsters often turn out to be some of our favorites, unless your beard matches your style, it’s best left to others.

But while so many prepubescent badass wannabes are trying to grow out their seven whiskers in hope of a first kiss, a real man knows there is nothing more gentlemanly than a perfectly smooth shave. The ladies love it, and shaving regularly gives you the option of smooth or stubble. Growing that mane out only allows for you to choose the hairy option, or take it all off an rock a really strange tan line to dinner.

Of course, shaving is easy, but choosing the right razor is a little more of a dilemma. 

Well, it used to be. So your face a neck a favor and stop introducing them to razor burn, and give them a quick meet and greet with Schick® Xtreme3® razors instead.

Why do we love Schick®? 

We’ve used a lot of razors over the years, and we’ve looked for the perfect balance. Schick® Xtreme3® razors are inexpensive without being cheap, updated without unnecessary bells and whistles, and have three face-loving blades equipped with the perfect amount of vitamin E and lubrication to make it the most comfortable shave imaginable.

As fall continues to replace the sun with some wind, even when your face is feeling a little chilly, remember, odds are you look better without that beard. Take it from Leo. 

 

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Woman Posts Snapchat Of Boyfriend With A Gun, Found Shot Dead Hours Later

Woman Posts Snapchat of Boyfriend with a Gun, Found Shot Dead Hours Later

Strap chat?

Stephanie Hernandez, a 21 year old mother of two in Little Rock, Arkansas was helping her boyfriend show off his new gun via Snapchat. She posted three photos, one showing a gun an ammunition, and two with her boyfriend pointing the gun in her direction from behind her facing the camera, one included the caption “Strap chat?”

Hernandez on again off again boyfriend Rafael Gonzalez was the man in the photos holding the gun. Clearly not the best move if you are planning to shoot the photographer in several hours, Rafael.

Pretty open and shut case

Several hours after the photos were posted Hernandez was found shot to death in her home, which according to police was ransacked and the floor was covered in blood.

The 20 year old Snapchat gangster, Gonzalez, has already been picked up an charged with Hernandez murder.

Remember ladies, it’s not normal for your man to point guns at you, Snapchat related or otherwise. Remove yourself from this situation should it occur, don’t post it with stupid puns on social media. 

 

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Pope's Letter Ignored, Georgia Gives Go Ahead To Kelly Gissendaner Execution

Pope's Letter Ignored, Georgia Gives Go Ahead to Kelly Gissendaner Execution

Pope pleas for Georgia to Spare Kelly Gissendaner’s life

During his stay in the U.S. Pope Francis spoke out against the death penalty, and asked the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles to spare the life of Georgia’s only female death row inmate, Kelly Gissendaner, pictured above, who was scheduled to be put to death Tuesday at 7PM.

Georgia decided to ignore the Pope’s pleas, and green-light the execution for Tuesday evening.

But that was not Gissendaner’s last hope, she filed multiple stays of execution, one being rejected at 8:30 PM, and the next rejected at 10:45 PM, to which Gissendaner’s attorneys quickly filed a third stay.

18 years on death row

Kelly Gissendaner was found guilty of the murder of her husband, which she planned but was carried out by her at the time boyfriend who is now serving life. Gissendaner is the first woman in 70 years to be put to death by the state of Georgia.

Find out more on the story of Kelly Gissendaner.

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